Among the many greetings youll hear during the holiday season in North America, Merry Christmas is the most popular. Christians around the world celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas Day as the period when Jesus was born, and the term Christmas comes from a shortened phrase of Christs mass. Today, 1 oz Colorized Merry Christmas Red Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrive in individual protective plastic capsules with velvet pouch!
- All rounds come in protective capsules, with a loop at the top to be easily hung for decoration!
- From a collection of colorized Christmas silver rounds!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Obverse features the seasonal greeting of Merry Christmas.
- Reverse bears simple engravings of weight, purity, and metal content.
Few holidays on the global calendar are celebrated with such diversity as Christmas. The annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, it is commonly observed on December 25th of each year. This date is often a public holiday in the vast majority of nations around the world. The holiday is celebrated both religiously by Christians and culturally by many non-Christians.
With the release of these 1 oz Colorized Merry Christmas Red Silver Rounds, you have the perfect gift to give when you buy silver. Whether you purchase it for your own collection or to gift to a fellow numismatist, these rounds are ideal. The individual rounds ship inside of protective plastic capsules that feature a loop at the top. This loops allows you to string ribbon through and hang the Merry Christmas Red Silver Round on the tree each year.
On the obverse of the 1 oz Colorized Merry Christmas Red Silver Round youll find a red, colorized background field to the silver bullion product. Accents of white are used to bring holly and wreath to the design field, while an ornately written greeting of Merry Christmas is centered in the middle of the design field.
Christmas is celebrated predominantly on December 25th in most Western cultures using the Gregorian calendar. Some nations/cultures place a greater focus for the holiday on Christmas Eve. Eastern Christian societies often celebrate Christmas on January 7th. This is not a disagreement on Christs birth, but rather due to the use of the ancient Julian calendar instead.
The reverse of all colorized Christmas silver rounds available here have beautiful silver finishes and a set of simple engravings. Youll find only the weight, One Ounce, and the rounds metal content and purity on this side.
Please feel free to reach out to JM Bullion if you have any questions. You can contact our customer service team by calling us at 800-276-6508, connect with us online through our live chat feature, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.